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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126358: Connecting words
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    Connecting words


    Put the letters in order.



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    English exercise "Connecting words" created by ldr06 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from ldr06]
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    1. Don't worry, I'll phone you ( )   [a...].

    2. John says he has got three cars, but ( )   [a...] he has got one.

    3. By ( )   [t...], Mike has bought a new car. (2 words)

    4. It's a huge project, in ( )   [a...] it is too expensive.

    5. That boy does his homework quickly; ( )   [m...], he gets good marks. (2 words)

    6. We'd better go to London soon, ( )   [ot...] we'll never go there.

    7. ( )   [T...] we have to give up that idea.

    8. Well, in ( )   [ot...] I don't want to go on a holiday with you. (2 words)

    9. It was not a very good restaurant, ( )   [s...] it was better than nothing.

    10. ( )   [I...] I agree with her, though she is not completely right. (3 words)










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